Golfers heading to Portugal to explore the world-class courses around Lisbon can relax in plush new surroundings with the opening of a stunning new hotel at Aroeira, a two-time host of the Portuguese Open.
Situated 25km from the Portuguese capital, the Aroeira Lisbon Hotel will offer the ultimate in chic modern design when it opens in September.
Offering easy access to golden sandy beaches and surrounded by nature and two 18-hole championship golf courses, facilities at the new four-star hotel will include 66 bedrooms and two suites, an outdoor pool and a choice of five bars and restaurants.
After a hard day on the fairways, guests can ease away any aches and pains with a massage at the well-appointed spa, and ORIZONTE – Lisbon Golf is offering players the opportunity to take advantage of an array of fantastic value four and seven-night stay-and-play breaks to celebrate the hotel’s launch.
Bookable from September 15 until the end of April next year, the eye-catching breaks include four nights with three rounds of golf – two at Aroeira and one at Quinta do Peru Golf & Country Club – from just €320 (£285) per person and seven-night stays with five rounds of golf – to be taken at any of ORIZONTE’S seven courses – from €531 (£475) per person.
All prices include bed-and-breakfast basis and are based on two people sharing a room, while guests can upgrade to a semi all-inclusive package (including dinner and drinks from 5.30pm-11pm) for an extra €29 per day.
ORIZONTE – Lisbon Golf – Portugal’s largest golf management company – provides golfers with the opportunity to play six of the leading courses in close proximity to Portugal’s capital in the stunning Costa Azul, together with exceptional value for money on a wide range of accommodation options.
Included among its layouts are Quinta do Peru Golf & Country Club, the two courses at Ribagolfe – regarded as some of the finest in the Lisbon region and previously described as the ‘Valderrama of Portugal’ – and Aroeira, venue for the Portuguese Open in 1996 and 1997 and recently included in a list of Continental Europe’s Top 100 Golf Resorts.
For more details about ORIZONTE – Lisbon Golf and to book any of its golf packages, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.orizontegolf.com
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